Creative Mincing

Posted: 28th July 2007 by Chuck Flysh in Creative Mincing

So, thanks to the almighty arms (tentacles) of University still strangling me at home, “ze projekt” has been postponed for a bit. Yet, you may know that special side-effect of writing boring homework: Creativity hits you with a brick, while you have close to no room of putting it into practice.

Creative Mincing (loosely translated from German: “kreativ mit Hack”) has been a running gag I’ve been perpetuating for a few weeks. It basically started out as an imaginary training video for bachelor-style cooking about the manifold of uses for minced meat.

But now it has taken on epic proportions… I present you:

That’s right: A burger filled with a schnitzel filled with cheese filled with ham. Pure. Awesome. Genius!

As a matter of fact, right now we have minced meat as well as two Cordon Bleus ready. All we need to do is combine them for the ultimate food experience.

Here’s the plan: We’re gonna cook the Cordon Bleu in a frying pan, like you do, then coat it with spiced mincemeat and put it on the grill for a couple more minutes. It’s gonna be awesome. In the original sense of the word.

Now, some of you might say trying something like that would be insane. Might be. Only one way to find out. Wish me luck and stay tuned for the results.

  1. Madlax says:

    Uhh.. don’t die in the field test :o